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Palacio de Jabalquinto, Baeza
(4.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Another thing rather than see in Úbeda, there is a school very old and ua class of University old. The façade impresses by its good taste. We are told that Antonio Machado study here. Inside filled with arches with a large courtyard, I found it very well, is nothing but see to fill your knowledge of as before was the way of studying our ancestors
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  • Its facade reminds Salamanca and its courtyard with its cloister is beautiful. I recommend that you seek a guide or someone who explain their history
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  • In my many trips to Baeza I've never managed to visit the interior of the Palace, currently I am aware its visiting hours are Monday to Friday, during hours of official, therefore I recommend to your visit on labor day and in the morning.
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  • . Amazing! Like a lot of the rest of the town, this Renaissance-style palace has somehow managed to survive the vicissitudes of the centuries to present this beautiful face today. It has obviously been modernised and restored, as it now has electric lights, central heating and modern plumbing, all unknown when it was built, of course! But it has been done so sympathetically that it does not intrude on the original splendour. You must go inside - it's a university college but just walk straight in - and see the cloister. You can sit there a while and ponder, read a book. Preferably not eat a sandwich - it is a place of learning and not a picnic place! Take photos - it's gorgeous inside and out. .
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  • Alatriste series was filmed in their yards and outbuildings. Your visit is worthwhile. It is free and is open morning and afternoon. I visited him in may 2015.
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  • spectacular really nice I am glad to have discovered it is worth visiting it
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  • Beautifully restored Palace, of Renaissance style, used as one of the headquarters of the International University of Andalusia (UNIA). Is located in the Plaza of Santa Cruz in Baeza (Jaén, Spain), with an ancient and simple Romanesque church of the same name as the square. The Palacio de Jabalquinto tends to be open during the week so that people can come to see their collected but lovely courtyard and often allow you to sit on the banks located in the courtyard, to admire the building and its careful restoration. I must take a picture inside the courtyard, but especially outside, opposite the façade.
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